Wimbledon champion Andy Murray is the king of the US Open - but will that still be the case in September?
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The Brit has been buoyed by his maiden SW19 win and will head to Flushing Meadows later this summer with high hopes of retaining the trophy he seized in such dramatic fashion in 2012 by beating Novak Djokovic in five sets.
Murray will be looking to land his third Grand Slam crown when he ventures to New York but will face stiff competition from a rejuvenated Rafa Nadal and 2011 victor Djokovic.
2010 US Open champion Nadal might have been sent packing from Wimbledon in the opening round but did win his eighth French Open in June and has been in blistering form in recent weeks on the hard courts.
The Spaniard has won all 15 matches on the surface in 2013, taking Masters titles in Indian Wells, Montreal and Cincinnati.
But Juan Martin Del Potro has previous at Flushing Meadows, too, conquering Roger Federer in five sets in 2009 to win his first - and currently only - Grand Slam, while Tomas Berdych, and home favourite John Isner will also hope to make a splash.
Meanwhile, in the ladies' singles, all eyes will be on Serena Williams with the American looking to bounce back from her quarter-final exit at Wimbledon and win the US Open for the second year in a row - and a fifth time in total.
British hopes are likely to rest upon the shoulders of Laura Robson, who has gatecrashed the world's top 30 after her run to the last 16 at the All England Club.
The 19-year-old reached the same stage at Flushing Meadows last term, beating seeded players Kim Clijsters and Li Na before being downed by 2011 US Open champion Sam Stosur.
And you can see how the likes of Robson, Maria Sharapova, Caroline Wozniacki - and their male counterparts - fare if you stay glued to Sky Sports between August 26 and September 9.
Sky Sports will have every angle covered at the final Grand Slam of the season bringing you live action, match highlights and analysis from top tennis pundits, including former British number one and 1997 US Open finalist Greg Rusedski.
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